On behalf of everyone at Marr Mooditj, we would like to thank Senator Michaelia Cash for taking the time to congratulate the latest graduates of the Launch into Work program at Marr Mooditj. Watch the video recap below.
This course is another pathway for Aboriginal people to gain registration as an Enrolled Nurse and work across a variety of domains such as Child Health, Mental Health and Theatre Nursing. There may be scholarships available through the Western Australia Health Department that may assist in student training fees.
If you love working with people and are passionate about helping others when in need, then this profession is for you and it can lead you to greater higher career pathways into higher education.
We will support you through the training and facilitate your clinical placements, our environment promotes student to connect with each other and build positive relationships.
The much-anticipated 2018 Open Day event held at Marr Mooditj took place on Friday the 19th of January. The sunny start to the day made for the perfect atmosphere for the community to come out, play and enjoy the outdoor activities we offered.
This year our Open Day was designed to bring awareness to the local community surrounding the training programs we offer, network and connect with everyone on a fun filled day for all to enjoy.
This year Marr Mooditj was given o cial accreditation for a new Diploma of Nursing course from the Australian Nursing & Midwifery Accreditation Council. We were also granted registration for a new Diploma of Nursing course from the Training Accreditation Council.
We are also delighted to share with you that there will be 16 students who will be graduating as enrolled nurses this year. We are immensely proud of their achievements. It is no easy feat and these students have proven they have the nurturing skills, compassion and technical drive to succeed in their exciting careers.
Developed by Mental Heath Students
On November 28-30th last month, the “Change Da Shame” Mini Expo kicked o at the Waterford Plaza.
Change Da Shame was developed to help bring awareness to bringing down the barriers of stigma, shame and silence.
The fundamental principles encourage community members to talk about their problems, tell someone how they feel about concerning issues that contribute to their health and start the journey of their heal healing processes.
Our Annual Open Day will be held on Friday the 19th of January 2018.
This exciting community event will showcase our training facilities and programs, while also infusing some fun and festivities into the day to celebrate the relationships we share with local families and friends.
Marr Mooditj has had another incredible year providing both education and facilities to help our students thrive. We have made some significant changes and boosted our key services. We’re now looking to the future and beyond 2018!
Our popular SIT20316 Certificate II in Hospitality has opened up new employment opportunities for our students, particularly those who have not studied before. Since we began offering the qualification in 2016 we have been able to offer this in demand course three times a year. Our educators are highly qualified, with many years of hospitality experience that ensures that students get the very best access to education when they study at Marr Mooditj Training.
Healthy food to fuel your busy day!
Marr Mooditj training is happy to provide our students and faculty with access to our café. When we developed our menu we kept health and wellbeing at the forefront of each item, and you’ll notice the choices are suited to help keep us all eating well and provide our bodies with the right energy to get us through the day.
Of course we also have a few treats, and brew some fabulous coffees and teas for those coolers days – or those mornings you just need a little perk me up! We encourage you to come to the café early and have your breakfast before classes commence.
We are absolutely delighted to share with you that we have had a number of registrations for several of our popular health practitioner programs.
Our courses have been designed to support and empower new students with the skills and experience needed for success in the sector. The ability to provide students with the opportunity to learn and thrive in the medical community is what we strive for.